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to syria where activists say ten children were playing in a damascus area playground when they were killed by shelling. images are disturbing an graphic. the opposition believes the government used warplanes to carry out what is known as a cluster bomb attack. >> these disturbing images show what happened when -- who don't really have the option of good, solid buildings to shelter in. rebels often suggest when they score a major military success against the regime, this happened in a nearby air base to where the bomb hit vis tor's anger among the local population. they have denied even possessing ammunitio ammunitions, saying they wouldn't have used them in something like this, but many syrians will be asking themselves what else does the outside world have to see happening in syria to be spurred into action? >> thanks to nick and now, our fifth story. bucking the pledge. at least four top republicans say they're willing to break their pledge to never vote for higher taxes, but could it cost them their jobs? lindsey graham, saxby chambliss, bob corker and peter king, they've said they're w
, for instance, to syria and iran for real support. but recently, of course, hamas has broken from iran. its offices in syria have been shuttered, and it has become very close to egypt, which is now under the leadership of mohamed morsi, a member of the muslim brotherhood. it also enjoys very close relations with qatar and turkey. so i followed these arab ministers around gaza today. they went to the shiffa hospital where many wounded are staying. and i spoke with several of them. many of them stressing one interesting point. that the arab spring has changed the way arab countries approach gaza. before countries like egypt were very wary of offending their american patrons and kept hamas at an arm's length. dealt with hamas, but it was well-known he did not like hamas at all, given its affiliations with the muslim brotherhood in egypt. some of these ministers telling me that they feel that the united states in this crisis has played a very passive role in trying to resolve this crisis. and what we're seeing is the emergence of other countries like turkey, egypt, qatar, in trying to address t
. [ laughs ] ♪ ♪ >>> we're back with tonight's outer circle and tonight, we go to syria where activists say ten children were playing in a damascus area playground when they were killed by shelling. images are coming in of the attack. we want to warn you they are disturbing and graphic. the opposition believes the government used warplanes to carry out what is known as a cluster bomb attack. payton walsh is in beirut, i asked him why the children may have been targeted. >> these disturbing images show what happens when a powerful mun igs hits refugees who don't have a good solid building to shelter in. rebels often suggest when they score a major military success against the regime, this happened in a nearby air base to where the bomb hit vis tor's anger among the local population. they have denied even possessing ammunitions, saying they wouldn't have used them in something like this, but many syrians will be asking themselves what else does the outside world have to see happening in syria to be spurred into action? >> thanks to nic. and now our fifth story outfront. bucking the pledge. at
into the occasion. >> right now iran has its hands full. it's got syria collapsing on one side t has hamas in trouble. so at a very simple, logistical level, this is more demands on iran for resupplying of weapons for political support of various kinds, but there is a broad idealogical game here where iran wins, because iran is seen as the great defender of the palestinians in the middle east these days. this is fas tid arritidiously s. in the political sense, iran is seen as one of the champions of the palestinians. >> will they still be seen as a champion if israel goes debacle and pushes hard against hamas or do they risk losing some of that cache? >> not really. i think everyone understands that israel is one of the most powerful in the middle east by far. it will do what it has to to run gaza. they say to the people of the arab world, we know you're supposed to fear us because we're the shia and you're sunnis and you're arab, but we are the greatest defender of the arab cause, which is the palestinian cause. and it works. go to cairo, to the shops of cairo, and you will see photograph
will be asking themselves what else does the outside world have to see happening in syria to be spurred into action? >> thanks to nick and now, our fifth story. bucking the pledge. at least four top republicans say they're willing to break their pledge to never vote for higher taxes, but could it cost them their jobs? lindsey graham, saxby chambliss, bob corker and peter king, they've said they're willing to compromise and consider revenue increases to avoid the fiscal clifft. their shift in position has grover norquist vowing to help unseat any republican who breaks his taxpayer protection pledge. the question tonight is whether this is a larger trend or whether republicans are just testing the waters and two men who know about testing the waters, politicking and actually meaning what you say join me now. david frum and james carville, you have been on every side of this. let me start with you though david. republicans talking about raising revenue by closing loopholes. you can get a heck of a lot of revenue that way. is this smart for them r or not? >> republicans are going to be yiel
, by assad of syria, all the murderers and very evil forces in the region that support hamas. it's not their interest of the countries in the region to support hamas. terrorism can spill over. we saw it in egypt. how 16 egyptian soldiers were murdered because of the spillover of terrorism from gaza, ham as. >> all right. thank you very much for coming on and talking about the israeli side of this. we appreciate your time. i want now to get to the other side of the conflict and bring in the chief representative of the general delegation of the palestine liberation organization to the united states. good to talk to you, ambassador and to talk to you again. >> thank you. >> the other day when you were on this program before the cease-fire and i asked you whether you supported hamas, you said when it comes to our differences with hamas we have differences practically. this is normal. but what is happening in the gaza strip, a direct attack on innocent civilians, we're witnessing a deliberate escalation on the part of the israelis to cause as much possible civilian deaths." given that
and syria and a lot of other things, you can't justify the amount of partisan heat that's gone into this issue on what susan rice said. so there has to be something behind it beyond getting at the facts. this is an attack on the administration, it's got partisan motives and you have to ask why is it? because there were no consequences of having said what they said. people didn't say, oh, well, i'm going to vote for the administration because there was just a demonstration that caused this. i wouldn't vote for them if they were actually attacked by al qaeda? come on, that doesn't make sense. >> certainly it has become partisan, which is a big tragedy about the whole thing, i think we can agree. thanks to both of you. >>> and now to an "outfront" update on a story from texas. it's an ugly custody battle that's defining what mother hood means. we told you first about this in september. cindy and her friend marvin mcmurray agreed to have a child together. what they used was his sperm and donated eggs. then close became pregnant with twins through in vitro fertilization. after twins
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